[f0rm + c0de]
Form + Code envisions a coral structure inspired by natural groth patterns to infi ll the interspaces of a subterranean computer pool. The sculpture provides the room with sunlight and natural air and therefore creates a connection to the outside world in the isolated computer hub. The fi nal sculpture was envisioned using „Grasshopper - Generative Modeling for Rhino“ to create a variable setting for each interspace in the room defined by the light conditions from outside and the arrangement of the workstations in the room.
The smooth, natural language of architecture is supported by new digital design techniques and manufacturing processes, implemented with the help of which the organic shapes of the sculpture can be, rather than necessarily following a repetitive pattern, which coined the architecture of the 20th Century. Special attention was given to the density, dimensions, quantity and three-dimensional spatial distribution of nodes within the light well to provide maximum space efficiency.
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